Extravagant real estate, quaint restaurants, designer boutiques, and relaxed living all contribute to the refined tranquility of the Upper East Side in Manhattan. This residential New York City neighborhood is ideal for art lovers, who may want to stroll down the Museum Mile and visit the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim. Those into fashion and shopping will love this Upper East Side hotel’s close proximity to Madison Avenue, studded with Manhattan’s best retail stores.
Some of America’s most famous families have made their homes on the Upper East Side. The Roosevelts, Kennedys, Rockefellers, and Carnegies were all once residents of the neighborhood. It’s near Central Park, offering plenty of attractions and nightlife—and is the perfect place for a tranquil retreat in the middle of it all.
Once dominated by post-college kids, the nexus of Murray Hill has become a surprisingly reputable area filled with notable restaurants and high-end cocktail bars. It’s a versatile Midtown neighborhood, and you’ll fall in love with the welcoming, down-to-earth energy in this convenient and comfortable neighborhood.
Murray Hill is sprinkled with smaller and more intimate cafes, bagel shops, brownstones and brunch spots perfect for visitors of any age.
Uptown affluence and downtown style come together in Chelsea. Cutting-edge art galleries and trendy bars mingle with sought-after high-rises and converted warehouses in this ultra-fashionable and ultra-busy, neighborhood. Chelsea's world-class architecture, fine dining establishments, and hip nightlife scene contribute to its first-rate reputation.
Once known as New York's premier contemporary-art district, Chelsea was an edgy, semi-industrial patch before gallerists colonized it in the 1990s — which brought with it an explosion of culture, architecture and celebrity.
The bustling 34th Street is the capital of retail, theater, pop culture, and great nearby NYC landmarks & attractions such as the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Grand Central Station. It’s a major shopping street, featuring the Macy's flagship store. The annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade ends on 34th Street, adding even more excitement to this city street.
Just a few blocks over on Fifth Avenue and 34th St., you will come across the world-famous Empire State Building. On the East end of 34th St. are FDR Drive, the East River Greenway for bicycling to the south end of Manhattan, the East 34th Street Ferry landing, and the East 34th Street Heliport. This part of town is residential, pet-friendly and people-friendly.
Spanning along the East River, Manhattan’s Midtown East is an ideal neighborhood to spend your stay in New York City. Noted as an area of convenience, it is full of top attractions and iconic landmarks such as Grand Central Terminal, The Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, and The Museum of Modern Art, also known as, MoMA.
Home to skyscrapers, newly developed condos, and many corporate headquarters, high-powered professionals choose Midtown East for its convenient commute and variety of bars and restaurants that line the city streets.